Governor Bob Holden has unveiled his $620-Million “One Missouri Transportation Plan,” which focuses on the state’s infrastructure needs and encompasses all modes of transportation for both rural and urban parts of the state. Holden’s plan includes $371-Million for highways, roads and bridges; $99-Million for public transit; $25-Million for aviation, ports, passenger rail and freight; $100-Million in interstate improvements; and $25-Million state match for locally identified transportation projects. The plan, which will require voter approval, would be financed through a 5/8-cent increase in the sales tax, a 3-cent gas tax increase, and fee increases totaling $100-Million.